December 4, 2022

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MacRumors Lists 2022 Model 11-inch iPad Pro (4th Generation) in Australian Carrier Optus Inventory Management System, Informs Customers that Staff Accidentally Ordered and Estimated Delivery is Two Weeks Later reported that it was

11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation) posted

The model registered in the Optus inventory management system seems to have been an 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation) with a storage capacity of 512GB and a body color of “space gray.”
 
The latest model of the 11-inch iPad Pro currently on sale at the Apple Store is the 3rd generation model with the M1.
 
From this, the 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation) is expected to be a rumored new model equipped with M2.

Estimated delivery date is 2 weeks later and once reply to the customer

According to MacRumors, Optus staff received an order from some customers for the 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), who two days later said, “Currently out of stock, estimated delivery date is two weeks. Later,” the staff said.
 
After that, it seems that the Optus staff realized the mistake and reported to the customer again that only the 3rd generation model of the 11-inch iPad Pro can be ordered.

Is the price increased from the 11-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation)?

Regarding the selling price of the 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation) on Optus, MacRumors explains that it is about $ 137 (about 18,900 yen) higher than the 11-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation).
 
However, MacRumors said it’s unclear if this indicates a price increase for the 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), or if it’s just the amount Optus entered in the interim.
 
The 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), also known as the M2-equipped iPad Pro, is rumored to be announced at Apple’s event in October, but if the information that “the estimated delivery date is two weeks later” is correct, , It is possible that it will be announced at an event to be held on September 8th, Japan time, and will be released simultaneously with the iPhone 14 series on the 16th.
 
 
Source: MacRumors
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